During the past two weeks (since May 2), unseasonably cold air (temperatures averaging 6 to 10 deg F below normal) persisted in the middle third of the Nation while the …Read This Post
According to NOAA scientists, the average temperature for the contiguous United States during March 2013 was 40.8°F, 0.9°F below the 20th century average.
It was the 43rd coolest March on record. …
The western half of the continental U.S. and central and northern Alaska could be in for a warmer-than-average winter, while most of Florida might be colder-than-normal December through February, according …Read This Post
This year’s Atlantic hurricane season got off to a busy start, with 6 named storms, and may have a busy second half, according to the updated hurricane season outlook issued …Read This Post
According to the Midwest Climate Center, August 2012 brought relief to much of the Midwest region in the form of near-normal temperatures and much needed rainfall.
While August was not an …
Warmer and drier than average temperatures continued for much of the nation in April.
These temperatures, when combined with the first quarter and previous 11 months, calculate to the warmest year-to-date …
The globally-averaged temperature for May 2012 marked the second warmest May since record keeping began in 1880.
Most areas experienced much warmer-than-average monthly temperatures, including nearly all of Europe and most …
Sea surface temperatures in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean swing back and forth every few years (sometimes more) like an irregular pendulum. The warm phase is known as El Niño; …Read This Post
According to NOAA scientists, warmer-than-average temperatures dominated the northern and eastern regions of the U.S. this winter. Additionally, national snow cover extent was below average.
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According to NOAA scienticts, record and near-record breaking temperatures dominated the eastern two-thirds of the nation and contributed to the warmest March on record for the contiguous United States, a …Read This Post